Innocenzo Cipolletta, AIE’s new leader, calls for ‘the creativity needed to enter unknown territory’ as Italy’s publishers move forward.
As the European Parliament works through its ‘AI Act’ legislation, Italy’s publishers back the country’s industrial sector’s position.
With its demise seemingly averted at the 11th hour, Italy’s admired 18App for young adults is renewed in its current form for a year.
In a policy statement provided to the news media by publishers, four issues including copyright and piracy are flagged for politicians.
As the EU Digital Services Act proposals head for Tuesday’s presentation, Italy’s publishers and other creative organizations issue concerns.
The head of the Italian publishers’ association, Ricardo Franco Levi, presses the organization’s case for inclusion in Rome’s education plan at Conte’s States-General.
Capturing guidance on the COVID-19 pandemic’s effects on publishing in international markets, the IPA’s listing tracks input from member-associations.
The association of Italy’s publishing, film, television, audio, museum, and other cultural industries warns of deep damage. Lockdown extensions are likely.
The creative industries of hard-hit Italy—including the books industry—are alerting the government that they could suffer structural damage in the current crisis.